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Friday, December 12, 2008

Tiny Kitchen- Not-Greek Roquefort Salad

Jill Santopietro, chef and recipe tester for the New York Times, makes her own version of an inspirational salad in her tiny 11.5 square foot kitchen.

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Washington Ideologies Clash on Bailout

Chief Washington Correspondent David E. Sanger discusses the failure and future of the auto industry bailout.

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Heinz Original 'Ketchup Race' Ad

This 1964 "ketchup race" ad, the brainchild of Heinz marketer Charles M. Berger, was the first in what became a line of ads stressing Heinz Tomato Ketchup's slow-pouring qualities.

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Heinz Ad Shows Berger Legacy

This recent Heinz Tomato Ketchup ad continues the slow-pour theme created in the 1960s by Heinz marketer Charles M. Berger, who died recently after a long and successful career in brand building.

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Renaming Street Causes Rift in Community

The renaming of Industrial Blvd. in Dallas has pitted the growing Hispanic population against its Anglo neighbors. WSJ's Ana Campoy reports. (Dec. 12)

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Former Fed Staffer on Key Terms

How does the Federal Reserve address touchy, hot-button economic terms? MarketWatch found out by speaking with Brian Sack of Washington-based Macroeconomic Advisors and a former senior Fed staffer. (Dec. 12)

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The Big Three Head Into the Big Unknown

WSJ's Dennis Berman asks bankruptcy reporter Jeff McCracken what it would mean if the Big Three filed for Chapter 11 and how that would impact auto suppliers, dealers and consumers. (Dec. 12)

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Building a Model Train Empire

Jay Woodworth is one of many baby boomers who has re-discovered his childhood passion for model trains as he is approaching retirement. WSJ's Beckey Bright talks to him about his train-centric miniature city called "Woody's World." (Dec. 12)

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Germany Loves Iran

WSJ Europe editorial writer Daniel Schwammenthal says that despite international sanctions, German trade with Iran is increasing.

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Kotecki- 12/12/08

The automaker bailout fails, and Dick Cheney says it�s Herbert Hoover time.

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Looking Ahead- Fed, Tech Earnings on Tap

The markets will key in on a slew of technology company earnings reports and the Fed meeting Tuesday, where economists say rates could be slashed by 50 basis points. Stacey Delo reports.

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Beaten Down Stocks- Opportunity Or Sell

In this market many stocks have been beaten down to seemingly attractive valuations. Here's a look at Fidelity Investments, Las Vegas Sands, and Freeport McMoRan.

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Growing Security Concerns in West Africa

Thousands of miles away from the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, in the West African country of Mali, American soldiers are leading military exercises.

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Holidays Sales Look Grim - ASK THE EXPERT

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/12/second_stimulus.html How does holiday spending look this year? What effect will decreased holiday spending have on the economy? And how can we reinvigorate consumer spending? Amanda Logan answers these questions in the latest installment of CAP's ASK THE EXPERT series.

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Scene from 'The Day the Earth Stood Still'

Watch a scene from the movie "The Day the Earth Stood Still." Courtesy 20th Century Fox.

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Stocks Today- Senate Passes On Auto Loan

Barron's Bob O'Brien says that the U.S. Senate surprised and disappointed Equity investors around the globe by passing on lending $14 billion to auto industry.

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Ill. AG wants Blago gone

Lisa Madigan says Blagojevich is unfit to serve

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Wall Street's Luxe Retailers Staying Positive

Last year, luxury retailers Tiffany & Co., Herm?and Canali set up shop on and around Wall Street to cater to the world's power brokers. But with today's bleak economic landscape, they might face a grim future. Still, Dow Jones Newswires' A. D. Pruitt reports that the luxe retailers are optimistic.

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The Week Ahead in Europe

As the holidays approach, investors will learn how well candy and cruises are selling, as Cadbury and Carnival report results. Plus, Germany will release its Ifo business climate survey. MarketWatch's Aude Lagorce reports. (Dec. 12)

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Kotecki- 12/12/08

The automaker bailout fails, and Dick Cheney says it's Herbert Hoover time.

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Inside Wall Street's Madoff Scandal

Another large-scale scandal rocks Wall Street as Bernard Madoff, a Wall Street titan and investment advisor was arrested for an alleged $50 billion dollar fraud against investors, WSJ's Kelsey Hubbard and Amir Efrati discuss.

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Look Ahead in Asia- Japan's New Lost Decade?

Japan awaits the latest Tankan survey, with economists wondering whether the results will be below those from the "Lost Decade" of the 1990s. Also due out, the Bank of Japan's interest rate decision. Michael Kitchen reports. (Dec. 12)

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Talk of the Town- Golden Globe Nominations

Nominations for the 2009 Golden Globe Awards are announced. Plus, news on Jerry Lewis, Bon Jovi and Madonna. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Slovenia's Post-Euro Prosperity

Slovenia, a tiny breakaway country from the former Yugoslavia, has moved to adopt the euro in record time less than two years ago. Today, it enjoys steady growth alongside old-world traditions. MarketWatch's Alexander Davis reports. (Dec. 12)

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Fresh Riots Grip Athens

A sixth straight day of unrest in Greece as angry residents demonstrate against the government and the police. Riots erupted across Greece after the fatal shooting of a 15-year-old boy by Greek police almost a week ago. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Kotecki- 12/12/08

The automaker bailout fails, and Dick Cheney says it�s Herbert Hoover time.

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Kotecki- 12/12/08

The automaker bailout fails, and Dick Cheney says it's Herbert Hoover time.

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A Stock No Longer Worth Snacking On

Though Diamond Foods has performed strongly in a horrendous year for stocks, the party is over. (Dec. 11)

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Holiday Parties on the Endangered List

As companies cut costs and hope to avoid headlines of corporate exuberance, holiday festivities are being canceled. MarketWatch's Jennifer Waters and Kelsey Hubbard examine the ripple effects of this trend. (Dec. 12)

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After Setback, Stars Align for Auto Bailout

WSJ's Greg Hitt discusses the latest impasse in creating an auto industry bailout and new proposals for help from the White House.

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New Yorkers on Term Limits

While the City Council voted to extend term limits, New Yorkers outside City Hall voiced their own opinions about Mayor Michael Bloomberg's controversial bill.

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Is It 'Healthy' For Records to Go Digital?

WSJ's Vanessa Fuhrman interviews Jonathan Bush, President & CEO athenahealth, about Barack Obama's plan to digitize health care records and the impact of it on athenahealth and the general Health Care industry.

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Morning Roundup 12/12/08

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A Billionaire's Points of Lights - Now Show Us Yours

Last year, WSJ's Alan Murray caught on camera hedge-fund billionaire Paul Tudor Jones II's elaborate light show in his tony neighborhood in Greenwich, Conn. The economy has tanked, but have light shows? Send us a clip of displays you've seen (Dec 11)

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The Carpetbagger- 'Doubt' Premiere

David Carr snags some quality time with the writer/director John Patrick Shanley and the actress Viola Davis during the premiere screening of the new film 'Doubt.'

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Gov. Rendell criticizes Obama

Gov. Rendell criticizes Obama

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Playback 12/12/08

Playback

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Death on the Senate floor

Bailout bill fails in Senate

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Five media stories to watch for in 2009

From Katie Couric's resurgence and Jay Leno's prime time debut to the health of Newsweek and the New York Times, Jon Friedman offers the most interesting media stories to keep an eye on in the new year. (Dec. 12)

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Britain decides green energy is a breeze

When it comes to renewable energy the British believe the answer is blowing in the wind, with private windmill farms now providing cheap, green energy and a profit for owners.

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Having The Courage...

Sunday Morning contributing correspondent Armen Keteyian profiles the inspiring Ed Ginn Sr., an Ohio football coach who never attended college, but founded a successful academy for troubled teens.

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Wealthy Investors Swindled

Bernard Madoff, a former head of NASDAQ, was taken into custody after reportedly admitting to losing about $50 billion in investors' funds in a "Ponzi" scheme, reports Armen Keteyian.

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Legos Not For Child's Play

A former lawyer makes a better living as an artist by making incredible sculpture out of Legos. Steve Hartman reports for Assignment America.

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UAW's 22LB Contract with Ford

CBS News gained exclusive access to the UAW's contract with the Ford Motor Company. In total, the massive document weighs in at twenty- two pounds. Sharyl Attkisson has more on the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric.

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Eye To Eye- UAW President

Only On The Web: As Congress fails to reach a bailout agreement with Detroit's Big Three carmakers, Katie Couric speaks with United Auto Workers President Ron Gettlefinger.

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The Tide Against Blagojevich

The Illinois governor's chief of staff resigns in the midst of increasing calls for embattled Gov. Rod Blagojevich to do the same or be removed, reports Dean Reynolds.

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Is It A Cold Or The Flu?

Cold and flu season roll in with the holidays. But how do you know what you have? Dr. Holly Phillips tells Maggie Rodriguez what to look for.

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Jennifer Aniston On Nude Pics

The premiere of "Marley And Me" was abuzz with talk about the nude pictures of Jennifer Aniston in this month's GQ magazine. Jennifer Aniston's boyfriend, John Mayer, joked while other stars ogled.

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UAW Calls For TARP Funds

Ron Gettelfinger, president of the United Auto Workers Union (UAW) called for Treasury Secretary Paulson to re-allocate TARP funds, intended for the Wall Street bailout, to aid the crumbing auto industry.

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Notebook- Human Rights

In this latest page from her notebook, Katie Couric observes that this week marks the 60th anniversary of Eleanor Roosevelt's presentation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to the U.N.

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Everything Obama!

President-elect Barack Obama is big business at a souvenier shop in Washington, DC. As the 44th president's inauguration approaches people are stocking up on goodies with Obama all over them.

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EU reaches deal on climate change

EU leaders sealed an agreement Friday for a package to combat global warming on the final day of a crunch summit in Brussels.

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Greek riot damage bill nears 200 million euros

In Greece, the damage bill from a week of rioting over the police slaying of a teenage boy is nearing 200 million euros.

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Alcatel-Lucent to cut 1,000 management posts

Telecom equipment giant Alcatel-Lucent has announced plans to cut 1,000 management posts and reduce its sub-contractors by 5,000 in an effort to save 750 million euros.

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Avoiding Additional Fees

Learn how to save extra money on your bank and credit card statements by cutting additional fees. Consumer correspondent Susan Koeppen tells Harry Smith how to do it.

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2008 Pop Culture On VH1

Who is being "celebrated" on VH1's "Best Year Ever"? A look back at 2008's pop culture sensations includes revisiting a pregnant man and a cocky Australian. Harry Smith reports.

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Black gold in Ghana- prize or poison?

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting contries will meet next week in Oran, Algeria. Ahead of that meeting we look at a recent oil discovery. Last year massive oil deposits were discovered in Ghana. While the new find is certainly bringing riches, some people fear it will only increase corruption and instability in the country. Will the curse of oil afflict Ghana?

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Mich. Mayor Lashes Out

Mayor Virg Bernero of Lansing, Mich., tells Harry Smith that Congress' failure to help the Big 3 is "colossal." He called on the president to stop what he believes could be an economic depression.

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What's Next For The Big 3?

Economist Peter Morici tells Maggie Rodriguez what he thinks is next for the Big 3 and how he expects the failed auto bailout plan to affect the economy.

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Egypt's first woman mayor

Eva Habil is the first woman in Egypt to become a mayor. We meet the woman whose political ascent is still a rarity in this conservative country.

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Viva la beaver- rodents return to Scotland

Beavers are making a return to Great Britain. The animal was wiped off the island�s shores some 400 years ago but a reintroduction programme is now starting up in Scotland.

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Auto Bailout Dies In Senate

The Senate has shot down the auto bailout plan largely because the United Auto Workers refused to accept pay cuts. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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World launch of Japan's new "kansei" design offensive

Japan's industrial design supremos are gearing up for a global offensive with a Paris show introducing the planet to Tokyo's latest designer concept -- "kansei". Blending traditional crafts with high-tech innovation, the show is next due to travel to the United States and China and highlights the special influence of Japanese culture on its products.

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World's oldest filmmaker going strong on 100th birthday

Portugal's Manoel de Oliveira turns 100 on Friday. He's the world's oldest filmmaker and he is determined to just keep doing what he loves most: shooting movies.

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